[OPEN-ILS-DEV] Evergreen 126.96.36.199 Client issue
glibrarysystem at gmail.com
Mon Feb 25 14:46:43 EST 2008
Nevermind once again. I think I've got it figured out now. It's asking me to
register the workstation name and library so I'm guessing I'm on the right
track now. Thanks for the help in getting this far though. It is really
On Mon, Feb 25, 2008 at 1:33 PM, Jason Etheridge <jason at esilibrary.com>
> On Mon, Feb 25, 2008 at 12:58 PM, Robert Nix <glibrarysystem at gmail.com>
> > Also, I tried to change the buildID in the application.ini file on the
> > windows client to 123 to match the server but I still get the same 404
> > found error. I also can't reach the server with the hostname, I have to
> > enter the IP address in the hostname field to be able to get to the
> > Could this be posing a problem?
> Robert, using the IP address should be fine.
> Could you paste us the directory listing (ls -l) for your
> /openils/var/web/xul/ directory on your server?
> What you want to do is find the latest real directory in there that
> was built when you did "make install" for Evergreen. This will likely
> look like a timestamp, something like 20080225.012859.
> Then you'll want to create a symlink to that directory from the build
> id for your staff client. The latest packaged client for Windows on
> open-ils.org has a build id (or Target Server ID, in the About page)
> of rel_1_2_1_4, so you would do something like: ln -s 20080225.012859
> There's nothing easy you can change on the client side to affect the
> build id; you have to adjust from the server side to make it support
> your staff client.
> Let me know if this helps!
> Jason Etheridge
> | VP, Community Support and Advocacy
> | Equinox Software, Inc. / The Evergreen Experts
> | phone: 1-877-OPEN-ILS (673-6457)
> | email: jason at esilibrary.com
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